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With river views, Hotel Villa de Arma is set in Alis and has a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, bar, garden, children's playground and terrace. Both WiFi and private parking are accessible at the lodge free of charge. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. Guests at Hotel Villa de Arma can enjoy a continental breakfast. There is a shared lounge at this property and guests can go cycling nearby.
Pros: This is the best and only nice and cosy hotel of area . Modern and nice rooms . Website pictures don’t show half of the beautiful rooms . I would fully recommend this place . Very friendly staff .
Cons: A little over priced but then again it’s the only nice place in the area .
Pros: The location of the Hotel , the surrounding, pleople very nice, good food!!!
Pros: The people are friendly and kind! The food is fresh and good. The service is perfect they will guide you and help you with your travel after you leave the hotel! I would really recomend this hotel
Pros: Pretty much you won't find a better place to stay if you want to visit the Nor Yauyos Cochas Preserve. Closer ones are in Lunahuana or Huancayo (3-4 hrs away), which are not an efficient option to fully enjoy the Preserve. - Great location, very close to Laraos andenes, Huancaya/Vilca waterfalls, Miraflores, Lloclla Forest, Tanta and Canon de Uchco. - Knowledgable and friendly staff. They also organize tours and have a 4x4 truck (which is safer and I would necessary to take advantage of all the beatiful places around). - Good value for money. - Very clean. Can't emphatize how important is to enjoy a clear room and specially a clean bathroom w/ hot water. Good job there. - Great trucha and Lomo Saltado de Alpaca.
Cons: Wifi signal was spotty at least in the room we stayed, but nothing really serious.
Pros: Excellent hotel at the entrance of the Nor Yauyos Reserve. International quality with a local mountain refuge feeling at the same time. The staff is great and the owner, who is a local, gives you plenty advice on what to do in the area.
Cons: The price :-)